Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2003 23:45:40 -0700
From: [email protected]
Subject: Spy on Anyone by sending them an e-Greeting Card.
To: [email protected]
Aren't "they" getting cute!
You receive an e-Greeting card. You open it. Wasn't that nice of them to
you an e-Greeting. They must *really* love you.
And, oh, by the way, when you open the e-Greeting, it installs spyware...even
includes a keystroke logger. Isn't that thoughtful?
As the Desk Sargeant on Hill Street Blues used to say, and probably still
in syndication, "Be careful out there".
The idea is simple:
Through our service, you compose and send your lover a normal-looking
Card" saying "I Love you" or a similar message. Because the e-mail appears to
be a regular greeting card, the recipient will open the e-card and LoverSpy
will be automatically and silently installed!
The program begins monitoring them IMMEDIATELY, there is no delay. It records
and sends you all e-mails they view, including Hotmail, Yahoo, and Outlook
All the Passwords they type into their web browser are also recorded and sent
to you. Every single Chat conversation they have on the internet. In fact,
every Key stroke they type into the computer is recorded and sent to you
organized report. Every single web site they visit, whether using AOL,
Explorer, or Netscape.
EXACT copies of every Hotmail e-mail viewed, Yahoo, Excite, AOL, and even
Outlook emails. All these e-mails are Forwarded to you in the background, in
real-time! After they read their email, you will have a copy of it - seconds
LoverSpy will even extract all the Passwords stored in the computer being
monitored, such as passwords for Outlook email accounts, and passwords saved
inside Internet Explorer, and send these to the spy.
"Be kind to those on earth, and He who is in heaven will send you His
blessings." - Prophet Mohammed
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